When we began our journey towards real food and natural living, I had no idea where to find things. “Where does one get a good price on something like bentonite clay or coconut oil?!” Well, after about two years of trial and error, I have discovered many wonderful websites that I now order from.

The quality and customer service at each of these on-line stores has proven to be excellent and I have chosen to become an affiliate with each of them. That means that when you kindly order from them after clicking on the links on my site, they will send me a small percentage of what you spend. It doesn’t cost you a single penny more, and it helps me to offset the cost of keeping this blog running! I’d like to say thanks, in advance, for any purchase made! 🙂

If you have any questions at all about these companies or their products, I’d be glad to try to answer them.


I can usually find what I need on Amazon!


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    • Thanks so much, Christy! I actually but my essential oils locally, most of the time, so I hadn’t even seen that. I don’t believe that they have inferior oils, I think they are just giving all the FDA warnings to cover any liability. I’ll e-mail and ask them about it and put on a note next to “essential oils” on my list if there is a reason to avoid using their brand. Thanks!!

  1. That’s a great idea! I’ve wondered myself why they have that listed on their site. We use another brand of oils as well but I know a lot of people use their oils simply because it’s a great place to get so many other items.

    • I just got a reply, so I thought I’d just paste it:
      “The warning is to be in compliance with FDA warnings. We feel our Essential Oils are among the best on the market and choose to be cautious when it comes to using them. Too many people are very casual about the use of essential oils, which like many products, can be potentially dangerous if used incorrectly. We feel this is the responsible position to take.
      Please follow this link to be taken to information on our website:
      Like I said, I haven’t used their essential oils, but everything I have ordered from Mountain Rose Herbs has been excellent quality! 🙂

  2. It is probably safe for them to error on the side of caution since they aren’t able to do a lot of educating their customers on how to use their essential oils properly.

    • I agree. I always thoroughly research any natural or herbal remedy before we use it, but I know many people don’t. Natural doesn’t always mean safe so it’s important to be educated.
      Thanks again for pointing out there warning, Christy!! 🙂

  3. Mlee Mathis says:

    I am trying to find the liver cleanse that was mentioned in one of the comment sections. I am a newbie and not good at navigating this site yet. Can I get some guidance please.

  4. Patrick says:

    Hi Justyn,
    I read your “How to make Magnesium Oil Lotion” page and the subsequent comments below. You answered one Robyn’s question about Menstrual cramps by stating you were planning to make a “Lady’s Cramp Cream.” I have scoured your website looking for this recipe and haven’t been able to find it. Would you mind providing a link to where I can find it if you provided it? If not, would you consider working on a cream/solution for this? I found your site AFTER I’d initially made my own magnesium lotion from another YT video I watched. I’m incorporating what you do as well with the next batch I’m getting ready to make today. I would very much like to be able to make the “Lady’s Cramp Cream” for not only her but others I know as well. Any help you can provide would be GREATLY appreciated!

    • We ended up not doing that (at this point) because it works beautifully to just mix a little of the magnesium lotion with our Pain Relief Salve and apply the mixture. 🙂 If you want to make your own, you could infuse the oil you will be using for making magnesium lotion with arnica and st. john’s wort for pain relief. Blessings!

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